PIC Syllabus

We bridge the gap between academia and industry by promptly creating employable, multi-skilled manpower that can enhance productivity and efficiency of industrial operations. We conduct short term (6 weeks) and long term (6 months) course. Our hands-on practical training is aimed at creating the technical workforce with advanced skill-set from assorted engineering streams like Embedded system, PCB designing and PLC automation. Our assets are as follows:

PIC Syllabus

Module1: Basic Electronics • Introduction to basic concepts and terms of electronics • Difference between electronics and electrical engineering • Introduction to basic electronic components • Testing of electronic components
Module2: Circuit Designing and Simulation • Introduction to Proteus • Designing of circuits in Proteus • Simulation of circuit in Proteus
Module 3: PIC microcontroller • Introduction to PIC architecture • Difference between 8051 and PIC • Features of PIC Microcontrollers • Various PIC Families and Introduction to PIC16F877A • RAM, ROM Memory Organization of PIC16F877A • Pin configurations of PIC16F877A
Module 4: Embedded C language • Introductions to Embedded C • Loops, String , Arrays, Pointers • Functions and Macros • Compilers , Editors and Burners • Introduction to Micro C compiler for PIC • Programming and burning Hex file into the PIC
Module 5: Peripheral Interfacings • Port programming & led interfacing • Liner keyboard • Matrix keyboard • DC motor • Stepper motor • Relay
Module 6: Interrupt Handling and Timer/Counters • Timer & Counter • Hardware Interrupts
Module 7: Communication Protocols and Converters interfacings • RTC • EEPROM • UART (Serial Communication) • Sensors
Module 7: Display modules • Seven segment display • Introduction to graphics • 16×2 LCD display • Graphics on Character LCD • Introduction Graphic LCD • Graphic LCD Controller and Commands • Interfacing and making Graphics for 128×64 GLCD
Module 8: Major project • As per student choice